Franchise Opportunities in GA

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Tax Franchise Opportunities in GA

State: GA
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Franchises For Sale in GA

The Peach State is ripe for a new Liberty Tax® franchise under your name. Residents of this friendly Southern state are already aware of our quality brand name that provides superior customer service, based on a tried-and-true system that makes investing in a franchise opportunity in Georgia a straightforward process with potentially profitable results.

Georgia is home to the headquarters of a number of Fortune 500 companies, including Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola, and Delta Airlines. The Peach State has many successful industries, including agriculture — specifically, peaches, peanuts, corn, soybeans, pecans, and blueberries — plus dairy products, timber, tobacco, and livestock. This southern state also has a large textile manufacturing industry along the I-75 corridor. Military installations and logistics are booming businesses too; Georgia has four large ports, and there are several military bases.

Georgia is an ideal option for franchise opportunities, as the Georgia state income tax is 6 percent or less depending on the taxpayer’s tax bracket, which puts residents’ annual tax burdens below the national average. Nevertheless, all residents who make an income are still required to file taxes, and tax preparation franchise opportunities present a viable source of income for new business owners.

Georgia encourages economic growth by offering a range of resources to entrepreneurs and small business owners. These include the Georgia Small Business Resource Directory (GSBRD) — a branch of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. GSBRD is great for owners seeking to start a business in Atlanta especially — their office is there, and they provide information on starting, growing, and financing businesses. The GSBRD also has resources specifically to help women, minorities, and veterans get started. The Small Business Administration has a number of offices in Georgia, and the University of Georgia houses a Small Business Development Center.

Are you ready to find your franchise opportunity in Georgia? Contact us today — we’re here to help you start a business that’s right for you.

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